How to tell the difference between the ‘Israeli’ and ‘Palestinian’ countries
New York (CNN) — It’s the most divisive topic in the world today: Palestine and Israel.
It’s a thorny one, with two different definitions of the word ‘Palestinians.’
The U.N. Human Rights Council recently voted unanimously in favor of a resolution that condemns both Israel and the Palestinians for their occupation of the Palestinian territories.
Yet, it’s unclear which definition is more appropriate.
How can we tell the differences?
Here’s what you need to know.
Read more from CNN.com: The world’s most divisive debate In a recent opinion piece for the Washington Post, American journalist David Ignatius wrote that the Palestinians’ desire to gain full statehood is akin to an “Arab dream.”
He was referring to the Arab dream of creating a unified nation and state in the Middle East, which he described as the Arab version of Israel.
As Ignatian pointed out, Arab states often had strong nationalist, secular and progressive tendencies.
But while Arabs have been at the forefront of efforts to create a Palestinian state, they have not achieved a common understanding of what a Palestinian nation should look like.
A Palestinian and an Israeli border According to the United Nations, Palestine is home to some 6 million Palestinians, and nearly half of the population is under the age of 18.
Most of the Palestinians live in the occupied West Bank, East Jerusalem and Gaza Strip, which Israel annexed in the 1967 Middle East war.
The Palestinian Authority (PA) has the legal authority to rule in the West Bank and Gaza, but the Palestinian Authority does not control the Gaza Strip.
Palestinians in the Gaza strip are not allowed to travel between the two areas.
In exchange for the Palestinians granting full Palestinian statehood, Israel has made a series of concessions in Gaza that make life easier for Palestinians.
Israel has granted Palestinian citizenship to the descendants of former Israeli Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin.
For example, many Palestinian citizens of Israel can apply to have their citizenship removed.
In return, Israel gives Palestinian citizens access to public services, such as electricity, water and medical care, without the need for permits.
The PA has also granted Palestinian citizens the right to vote in elections.
In addition, Israel allows Palestinian refugees from Israel’s 1948 war in the Golan Heights to live and work in Israel.
For decades, the PA has refused to recognize Israel’s right to exist, claiming that it is an “unrecognized and illegal entity.”
Israel has also refused to allow the PA to participate in the international community.
In addition, the Israeli government has been criticized for restricting the freedom of movement of Palestinians.
In recent years, the number of Palestinians granted refugee status has increased significantly, and many have been allowed to return to their homes in the territories.
Palestinials and Israelis in the region are divided over the statehood bid.
Some believe that a Palestinian-Israeli state would be beneficial to the region and the world, while others believe that the region could become a more stable place without the existence of an independent Palestinian state.
Israel and Palestinians often disagree on how to achieve a lasting peace.
The two countries have fought numerous wars, and Palestinians have carried out attacks on Israeli forces in the Israeli-occupied West Bank.
Is there a Palestinian way to achieve statehood?
The United Nations recognizes that the right of a people to self-determination is an internationally recognized right.
That right, however, is not absolute, and it is only granted to nations that have made the commitment to recognize and uphold the rights of their people.
In other words, it is not an absolute right, and the process of establishing a state cannot be based on a referendum.
However, there are steps that Palestinians can take to establish a state, such an agreement or a resolution of the conflict that would give them the right.
To establish a Palestinian State, Palestinians need to be granted citizenship by the Israeli or Palestinian government.
In some cases, this is a relatively easy process to achieve, with the Israeli authorities providing documentation to Palestinians seeking to change their nationality.
In others, it can be a long and arduous process.
For instance, in the case of the Westbank, Palestinian citizens have to submit the relevant paperwork to the Israeli Ministry of Interior (IMO), which is the government entity responsible for administering citizenship in the area.
The Israeli government is not required to verify the information submitted.
In most cases, the application is made on behalf of a person who is not the spouse of a current or former Israeli citizen.
Israel is not a signatory to the U.S.-Israel Comprehensive Agreement on the Status of Refugees (CASARA).
According to a recent report from Amnesty International, many Palestinians in Israel have been prevented from applying for a green card for decades because of the country’s strict immigration laws.
If the Palestinian people desire a state of their own, they should apply to the international organization of